She climbs that bike as well as you but I must say she's much cutertraildoc said:Well gear whore how did the bike climb? Was this your first ride on the FB or did you ride it previously?
It is finally monsoon season here and it is pouring right now. Hope to go out and ride some trails that need some packing in after it stops raining.
We miss you guys here.
That would be Mt. Baker. One of the Volcano's in Washington State, 10,000 ft.Apexit said:Just awesome. That's not whistler in the back ground......what ski resort is that?
that would be the one! We are very close to the american border as the bird flies. LOTS of complex terrain between though. In the third picture, the far peak to the right of my head is in the US, the peak on the left is in Canada.Apexit said:Awe, the famous resort that once received 1000+ inches of snowfall in one season. So, is the ridge your on looking south towards Washington State making you on the canuck side of the border?
PS, your pics and vids of sedona and the northwest are some of the finest I've seen. Please keep it up.
Sharon:Brodiegrrl said:Lee's the one video'ing I'm WAAAY out front, something about his tires....
Nice! So its cooler in Moab then Sedona?! Its been really warm here! Its great! Trails are MINT!traildoc said:Sharon:
As always you and Lee seem to be enjoying yourself. Good to see you haven't worn out the Firebird YET.
I was in Moab the last couple of days enjoying the higher up trails dodging lightening.